Expatriate

[ˌɛksˈpeɪtriət]
Definition:

An expatriate is someone who has left their native country to complete a job or assignment in another country. Most multinational organisations send their employees from the headquarters to work in one of their branches based abroad for a long - term assignment, some expatriates end up remaining in the country. 

It is the responsibility of the HR team within the organisation that expatriates are fully equipped for their assignments; things that need to be covered before departure are the following: enrolling the employee on a language course (if the country speaks another language), possible accommodation options and funding, family allowance (if the employee has children). Therefore the HR team plays a big role in ensuring that the expatriate has the support to make their stay abroad successful and enjoyable.

Part of speech:
noun
Synonyms:
newcomer
settler
incomer
new arrival
migrant
emigrant
Use in a sentence:
American expatriates in London
Expatriate